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Terence Glover "ploughed" into a group of children in his car as they were leaving school.
Sweet Melody becomes the band's fifth number one, and their first since Jesy Nelson left.
If coronavirus can be transferred on to surfaces, what are the risks of buying food?
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
Very restricted wedding ceremonies can now take place around the UK, but receptions are banned.
UK records 1,325 deaths within 28 days of a positive Covid test - the highest daily figure since the start of the pandemic
Places of worship are open across much of the UK, despite lockdown.
The EastEnders and Carry On actress died in December, having had dementia.
Jonathan nearly died from Covid but his story has a very happy ending.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warns that "all bets are off" if those involved in Scottish professional sport do not respect extra privileges.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce says it is "morally wrong" to continue with football amid increasing coronavirus outbreaks at clubs.
The athletic pet leapt to the safety of a firefighter's head as flames engulfed its home.
With attendance as high as 50% in some areas, heads call for pupil limits in England's lockdown schools.
Using a coin toss to decide who reaches the next round of the Women's FA Cup would be a "crazy idea", says Birmingham City manager Carla Ward.
The two women were given £200 fixed penalty notices after driving five miles to go on a walk.
Sadiq Khan said one in 30 Londoners has Covid-19, adding that hospitals in the capital are stretched.
Three Covid-19 vaccines have now been approved for use in the UK. The BBC's Laura Foster explains which groups will get it first.
The logistics of delivering the biggest vaccination programme the country has ever seen.
Seventeen million doses have been ordered by the UK and are expected to arrive in spring.
Secret recordings revealed "enough profanity, casual sexism and racism to last a lifetime".